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Emmerdale’s Belle Dingle (played by Eden Taylor-Draper) recently discovered Tom King’s (James Chase) mother had died on the ITV soap.
But fans of the Yorkshire-based serial drama feel there is something highly suspicious about the death.
Belle’s tried to be a supportive girlfriend to Tom and get him to open up about his emotions, but he keeps pushing her away.
He’s lashed out at Belle in the past when she has gotten too close to him, and viewers are convinced he is hiding a dark secret.
Could he have been responsible for his mother’s death? Is that why he has been so cagey to Belle and the rest of the village?
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Ryan said: “Belle needs to stop pressuring Tom to talk about his mum. He needs to do it when he’s ready.”
Another fan wrote: “I can’t for the life of me understand why Belle hasn’t clocked that there’s something completely off about Tom!”
A third said: “There is something dark lurking in Tom… #Emmerdale”
A fourth wrote: “Tom has definitely murdered his mum… Why else would he be so shifty? Or maybe the lad who beat him up?? #Emmerdale.”
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Another user remarked: “Tom’s mum murdered maybe? Belle watch out you’re in trouble!”
Tom rocked up in the village earlier this year after spending a decade overseas following the murder of his father.
He’s managed to rekindle his relationship with Belle and she has pushed aside how he once stalked Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter).
Will Belle end up leaving Tom before it’s too late, or is she blinded by love?
Emmerdale airs on weeknights at 7.30pm on ITV and ITVX.
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